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November 20, 2020
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts' Facebook Page
110 West Finney Avenue
Suffolk, VA 23434
$10 in-person seating / FB Live is Free
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Together on Stage: Celeste Kellogg

Friday, November 20, 2020

Join the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts for their concert series, Together On Stage at the Center, and welcome Celeste Kellogg on Friday, November 20, 2020. This FREE music concert series allows the community to watch performances in the comfort of their own homes, “virtually like being here.” Sponsored by Suffolk Tourism.

We are now offering a live/virtual hybrid format to these shows to include a small live audience while live-streaming to Facebook. In-person seating is now available and limited to 100 people, with plenty of room to social distance in the 530 seat Birdsong Theater. Together on Stage tickets are $10 / performance.

Celeste is a CMA / Nashville Recording Artist. Her latest EP titled You & Me, charted on the iTunes Country Chart. She debuted two of her songs from the EP(Country Swagger and Someone To Call Me Baby) at 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville during the Live 4 Tay Benefit. Celeste was honored to share the stage with songwriters Wynn Varble, Dave Berg and Pat Alger. After her performance she was told "FANTASTIC". With the exception of a guitar lick in Country Swagger, Celeste wrote the entire EP. She acknowledges that performing with such amazing songwriters, was one of the highlights of her career.
2018 brought new and exciting opportunities to Celeste. She released a music video for her single "Country Swagger" filmed on the Battleship Wisconsin docked in Norfolk, VA. Celeste says about the video: "It's something I'm SO PROUD of. It represents my values and exactly who I am." Growing up in a small Virginia town it was important to her to represent the military. Following the success of the music video, the single went to country radio and charted on the Music Row Country Airplay Charts.
In November of 2016 Celeste attended the Nashville Universe Awards held at the world famous Wildhorse Saloon. It was there that she performed, presented with Storme Warren of Siruis XM The Highway and took home the Rising Star of the Year Award. In May of 2018, she was crowned Nashville Universe's Female Vocalist of the Year in front of the Widlhorse Crowd and The Country Network's television broadcast audience.
Celeste got her start early in church and school choirs and singing along with her Dad to Alabama, James Taylor and The Eagles. At the age of 12 she auditioned for a Disney Pop Group called RD7. It was there she opened for Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brothers, Raven, The Cheetah Girls and Kelly Clarkson.
Later Celeste would go on to film an Independent movie titled Much Ado About Middle School, staring opposite of Bill Cobbs, Lee Meriwhether and Blake Michael of the Disney Channel. The movie won 4 Dove Awards. Continuing her acting, Celeste would go on to have 5 call backs for the show Glee and offered a screen test as well as calls to audition for Nashville, Malibu Country and Hairspray Live, where another call back was asked for before giving the part to Ariana Grande. Where Celeste has been honored for acting opportunities her love has always remained in music, where she has opened for Scotty McCreery, Raelynn, Eric Paslay, Easton Corbin, Brett Eldridge, LeAnn Rimes, Jeffrey Steele, Canaan Smith and Cowboy Troy.